Assists tribal citizens with various needs while providing a seat of government.
Special services include health, tribal services (assistance with utilities, food distribution, tribal burial assistance), Dept. of Natural Resources, law enforcement, and tribal enterprises.
CHEROKEE NATION HOUSING SERVICES. Divided into four areas, Tulsa is in Area 2.
CHEROKEE NATION HEALTH SERVICES. W. W. Hastings Hospital (918)458-3100 or toll free (877)838-3100.
CDIB Cards (Certificate Degree of Indian Blood cards). Provides assistance with application. For more information call (918)458-6980.
CHEROKEE LANGUAGE COURSE. Classes offered in several cities around the state. Free Tulsa class is meets Thursdays through Mar 1-May 3 2012 6-8 at Crossroads Distribution Center, 145th E Ave and Admiral, or online.
IMMERSION SCHOOL. Cherokee language.
HEIRLOOM SEED PROJECT. Run by the Cherokee Nation's Natural Resources Department, distributes heirloom variety vegetable seeds from the Nation's seedbank free of charge to Cherokees across the US. Particpants are asked to save seeds from their crops to restock the seed bank. Programs goals include preserving heritage and diversity and improving the health of Cherokees.